Montana offers fly fishers more than a little bit of everything. From classic rivers holding trophy rainbows and browns to high-country wilderness lakes filled with unsophisticated native cutthroats, out to high plains reservoirs and their own windswept version of this sometimes arcane pursuit, Montana presents several lifetimes of angling experiences.With so much to fish - and so little time to do so - fly fishers need John Holt's Montana Fly Fishing Guide East, an irreplaceable reference that offers everything a fly fisher needs for the ultimate Montana fishing experience. Here is concise, accurate information for out-of-staters confronted with a mind-numbing variety of choices and those fortunate Montanans looking to expand their horizons on quality waters waiting quietly over the next range of mountains or hiding in some out-of-the-way coulee. Features include: full descriptions of every major river; descriptions (how to get there, when to fish, and what to fish) of all important streams and lakes within the major drainages - hundreds of waters; great maps of all drainages; hatch charts for important mayflies, caddisflies, and stoneflies; comprehensive fly recommendations for each major water. (8 1/2 x 11, 288 pages, b&w photos, maps)
An irreplaceable reference that offers everything a fly fisher needs for the ultimate eastern Montana fishing experience; illustrated with great maps and hatch charts.
"John Holt has turned his gonzo, exploration-driven approach to flyfishing into a boon for other anglers."-- Daryl Gadbow, The Missoulian
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